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Maize dwarf mosaic virus in corn hybrids
|Statement||W.R. Findley ... [et al.]|
|Series||Research circular / Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center -- 175, Research circular (Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center) -- 175|
|Contributions||Findley, W. R. 1920-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 p. ;|
Maize dwarf mosaic (MDM) is a virus disease of maize (Zea mays L.) that causes yield reductions. The objective of this study was to determine yield losses caused by maized warm fosaic virus strain A (MDMV-A) in susceptible maize hybrids grown over a wide range of environmental conditions.
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Maize dwarf mosaic of maize in the United States is caused by either of two major viruses: Maize dwarf mosaic virus (MDMV), or Sugarcane mosaic virus (SCMV). This is one of the most widely distributed and important corn virus diseases in the U.S.
It has been reported in 37 states located in most regions of the country, including Hawaii. Maize dwarf mosaic virus (MDMV) is the most serious virus disease of sweet corn in the USA, and production of sweet corn has been Maize dwarf mosaic virus in corn hybrids book in areas where the virus overwinters.
The virus does not overwinter in the northern tier of states but may cause serious losses in late-planted corn in this region. Notes on Taxonomy and Nomenclature Top of page Ina new maize disease was recognized in Iowa, USA (Janson and Ellett, ), and soon after was shown to be caused by a new virus named Maize dwarf mosaic virus Maize dwarf mosaic virus in corn hybrids book (Janson et al., ; Williams and Alexander, ).
MacKenzie et al. () showed that MDMV was comprised of two different strains, strain A infectious to Johnson grass. The Maize dwarf mosaic virus ImmunoStrip® is an on-site tool to quickly detect the presence of MDMV in corn and other gramineous crops.
Maize dwarf mosaic virus is a potyvirus that naturally infects members of the Poaceae (grass) family, such as corn, sorghum and Johnson grass. It is transmitted by corn seed and by a broad range of aphids in a. There are two important aphids that infest sorghum. The corn aphid Rhopalosiphum maidis is an important pest in sorghum and colonizes in large numbers inside leaf whorls, on the upper side of leaves, on the leaf sheath, and on earheads.R.
maidis is a vector for maize dwarf mosaic virus. The sugarcane aphid Melanaphis sacchari usually sucks sap from the underside of the lower leaves (Fig. Maize dwarf mosaic virus is known by various names including European maize mosaic virus, Indian maize mosaic virus and sorghum red stripe virus.
Symptoms of Dwarf Mosaic Virus in Corn. Plants with maize dwarf mosaic virus typically display small, discolored specks followed by yellow or pale green stripes or streaks running along the veins of.
Aphid transmitted maize dwarf mosaic potyvirus (MDMV): Maize dwarf mosaic is one of the most important widely distributed virus diseases of corn (Zea mays L.) in the temperate regions of the world and is especially a concern to seed producers.
It is found in. Corn for Resistance to Maize Dwarf Mosaic Virus C. Kuhn and T. Smith Department of Plant Pathology and Plant Genetics, University of Georgia, Athens, GA The research was supported in part by CSRS-ARS Research Agreement No. Although many grasses are infected by this strain of the virus, the principal overwintering reservoir host is johnsongrass.
Most outbreaks of maize dwarf mosaic in corn can be traced to nearby johnsongrass. MANAGEMENT. Use resistant hybrids to prevent the development of this disease.
Maize dwarf mosaic virus (MDMV) is a serious maize pathogen, epidemic worldwide, and one of the most common virus diseases for monocotyledonous plants, causing up to 70% loss in corn yield. Tabular data on the yields and virus disease ratings of 36 double-cross maize hybrids and 36 single-cross hybrids show that the hybrids differed widely in yield.
In general, the double-cross hybrids which produced the highest yields were the ones which had the lowest disease ratings. Similarly the single-cross hybrids with the highest yields were generally composed of inbreds which had Maize dwarf mosaic virus in corn hybrids book J.
Dale, J. York. Maize (/ m Maize dwarf mosaic virus in corn hybrids book z / MAYZ; Zea mays subsp. mays, from Spanish: maíz after Taino: mahiz), also known as corn (American English), is a cereal grain first domesticated by indigenous peoples in southern Maize dwarf mosaic virus in corn hybrids book ab years ago.
The leafy stalk of the plant produces pollen inflorescences and separate ovuliferous inflorescences called ears that yield kernels or Maize dwarf mosaic virus in corn hybrids book, which are : Poaceae. Maize dwarf mosaic virus (MDMV) strain A or B Symptoms: Early infection results in chlorotic spots or flecks that elongate in young leaves in the whorl.
Flecks merge into chlorotic streaks along the leaves. These streaks form mosaic or mottled patterns and may turn to a general yellowing as the growing season progresses. Mosaic symptoms in a plant of Zea mays (sweet corn) infected with maize dwarf mosaic virus strain A.
Figure 2. Mosaic symptoms in a leaf of Zea mays (Pfisters PAG SX60 hybrid) infected by maize dwarf mosaic virus strain A (right) compared with a healthy leaf (left). Figure 3. The effects of strain A of maize dwarf mosaic virus (MDMV-A) and strain MDMV-B of sugarcane mosaic virus (SCMV-MB) on resistant sweet corn hybrids were evaluated.
Incidence of symptomatic plants, types of symptomatic responses, yield, and ear quality were. Pests & Diseases The corn leaf aphid, a bluish-green or black pest with black legs, feeds on certain varieties of sweet ation results in stunted and misshapen tassels, black mold on leaves and silk, and poor pollination.
These destructive aphids also carry maize dwarf mosaic virus. Cutworm larvae feed on leaves after dark, causing major damage to plants and often cutting of. Maize, Zea mays, is an annual grass in the family Poaceae and is a staple food crop grown all over the maize plant possesses a simple stem of nodes and internodes.
A pair of large leaves extend off of each internode and the leaves total 8–21 per plant. The Empower MZ umbrella brand signifies that in order to be used on Maizex corn hybrids or soybean varieties, the seed treatment and enhancement products have been tested by Maizex to fit the needs of our customers and provide agronomic and economic benefits versus the.
The gene action of 2 sugarcane mosaic virus (SCMV) resistance loci in maize, Scmv1 and Scmv2, was evaluated for potyvirus resistance in an isogenic 4 homozygous and 5 heterozygous isogenic genotypes were produced for introgressions of the resistant donor (FAPA) alleles at both loci into the susceptible parent (F7) genetic background using simple sequence repeat by: MDMV - Maize dwarf mosaic virus.
Looking for abbreviations of MDMV. It is Maize dwarf mosaic virus. Determination of the number of genes for resistance to maize dwarf mosaic virus strain A in five corn inbred lines.
Maize chlorotic mottle virus; Maize Chromosome 9 Radiation Hybrids; maize crop poisoning; maize crop poisoning. Evaluation of maize inbred Iines for resistance to sugarcane mosaic virus (SCMV) and maize dwarf mosaic virus (MDMV) Article (PDF Available) in Agronomie 15() January with 86 Reads.
Transgenic maize plants expressing sugarcane mosaic virus-MDB (former MDMV-B) coat protein were also resistant to MDMV-A (Murry et al., ). The most important control measure is breeding sorghum resistant to MDMV.
Reaction of sorghum genotypes to MDMV infection markedly differ (Fazli et al., ). Maize dwarf mosaic virus (MDMV) was first reported in the state in and, at that time, was a serious problem for both field and sweet corn.
Today, most field corn hybrids are resistant or tolerant to MDMV, and the genes responsible for resistance in field corn have been transferred into sweet corn progenies. Antiserum to lettuce necrotic yellows virus did not react with maize mosaic virus in crude maize sap.
Stability in Sap Crude leaf sap diluted 1/10 in M phosphate buffer pHand partially purified preparations were still infective after 24 and 48 hr respectively at 4°C as shown by injection of Peregrinus maidis (F. Herold, unpublished).
Maize dwarf mosaic virus: purification, some physical properties, and yield of virus from several corn hybrids. View/ Open. LDV_Jpdf (Mb) Downloads: Date Author.
Jones, Ronald K. Metadata Show full item : Ronald K. Jones. Harpaz I; Klein M, Chemical changes induced in maize plants by the maize rough dwarf virus (MRDV). ol., Cited in Lovisolo, HSni A, Identification of maize rough dwarf virus and maize dwarf mosaic virus in Switzerland. Abstracts of the 5th Conference on Virus Diseases of Gramineae in Europe, Budapest.
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maize (māz) n. See corn1. A light yellow to moderate. Management practices: Plant tolerant or resistant hybrids and control johnsongrass with herbicides. Crop. Corn. Growth Stage. VE-V2. V2-V5. V6-Tassel. (corn). Disease Reaction of Sorghum Hybrids to Infection by Maize Dwarf Mosaic Virus Strains A and B D.
Seifers and Dave Karr Fort Hays Branch Station Maize dwarf mosaic of sorghum, Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench, is caused by maize dwarf mosaic virus (MDMV). Infection of sorghum by MDMV produces variable symptoms depending on virus strain, plant. Maize (Zea mays ssp. mays), also known as corn, is a cereal grain that was domesticated in Mesoamerica and then spread throughout the American continents.
It spread to the rest of the world after European contact with the Americas in the late 15th century and early 16th term maíze derives from the Spanish form of the Arawak Indian term for the : Liliopsida.
hybrids that are resistant to the maize dwarf mosaic virus. Obtain information on local yield potential from plots located as near the area as possible. DISEASE DESCRIPTION Maize Dwarf Mosaic Maize dwarf mosaic is caused by an aphid-transmitted virus that overwinters in the rhizomes of johnsongrass.
Breeding of tropical corn (or ‘maize’, Zea mays L.) as a vegetable assumes many genotypes and products. In temperate agriculture the familiar types are ‘sweet and supersweet corns’ involving genes sugary-1, shunken-2 and sugary Size: KB.
If the technology can be refined to allow for large-scale breeding and seed development, such dwarf corn plants could revolutionize the global food chain by allowing maize to be grown in more Author: Climatewire. for resistance to maize chlorotic dwarf virus (MCDV), maize rayado ﬁno virus (MRCV), or maize mosaic virus (MMV) have been identiﬁed (Redinbaugh and Zambrano Mendoza ).
Here again, MCMV is an exception, with a major QTL that have recessive character having been identiﬁed in two populations (Jones et al.
).Author: Margaret G. Redinbaugh, Thomas Lübberstedt, Pengfei Leng, Mingliang Xu. Quantification of Maize dwarf mosaic virus genomes 9 Advanced kit handbook HB Standard Curve Copy Number Tube 1 Positive control (RED) 2 x per µl Tube 2 Tube 3 Tube 4 Tube 5 Tube 6 2 x per µl 2 x per µl 2 x per µl 20 per µl 2 per µl.
The new disease was identified in Kans. in It is caused by the synergistic interaction of maize chlorotic mottle virus with either maize dwarf mosaic virus or wheat streak virus. This is the first report of MCMV outside Peru. Both the Peru and Kans.
strs. of MCMV were purified. Both contained isometric particles c. 30 nm diam., sedimenting at c. by: Maize Dwarf Mosaic Virus (MDMV) and Sugar Cane Mosaic Virus (SCMV) are viruses in the Potyvrirdae family.
There are 14 different strains but all show similar symptoms. The viruses are easily transmitted by aphids that first feed on an infected plant and then move to non-infected plants. Over species of plants can host MDMV. Maize dwarf mosaic virus• Symptoms – Light and dark green patches form a mosaic pattern on leaves, with some ring spots.
Highly susceptible varieties may have many yellow leaves as well. – Plants infected early are very stunted, with significant yield loss.•. General information about Maize dwarf mosaic virus (MDMV00) EPPO Global Database.
advanced search Login. Register. Toggle navigation. Home is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information from this project subsequently included in the EPPO Global Database. Maize chlorotic dwarf of maize is caused by Maize chlorotic dwarf virus (MCDV).
The disease (Fig. 1) has been reported from Texas up to Missouri and Ohio covering 19 states of the United States and Mexico.
The disease caused severe economic losses in the Midwest and Southern United States during the s to s. Although major yield losses in field (dent) corn due to MCDV have not been.
Plant Disease / February The Mdm1 Locus and Pdf Resistance to Maize pdf mosaic virus M. W. Jones, United States Department of Agriculture–Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS), Corn and Soy- bean Research, Wooster, OH ; and M.
G. Redinbaugh andUSDA-ARS, Corn and Soybean Re- search, Department of Plant Pathology, The Ohio State University, Wooster Two isolates of maize dwarf mosaic virus (MDMV-Sp and MDMV-Spl) obtained from maize in the northeast of Download pdf were studied.
Both isolates induced similar reactions on 6 sorghum cultivars, johnsongrass and oat (cv. Clintland), with the exception of MDMV-Sp which produced a different reaction on one sorghum cultivar.
Thirty-three grass species were tested as possible hosts (16 Cited by: 9.Laboratory identification is the only practical method of identification of ebook virus.
Maize dwarf mosaic and the sugarcane mosaic virus group are the major virus diseases found in sweet corn. Both are transferred from Johnsongrass by leafhoppers. NEMATODES Sweet corn can be severely injured by .